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What’s New?

During social isolation, many people need therapy more than ever. We are committed to providing high quality therapy through telehealth. Please contact us to begin remote therapy by phone or video.


Get CEU’s and explore integrative therapy during shelter-in-place!

A Relational Experiential Model of Integrative Therapy

Using readings, lectures, and case discussions, this online 6 week class will present a theoretically integrative model of relational psychotherapy. Topics to be covered include: innate psychological needs, development, case formulation, the ethics of psychotherapy integration, the therapeutic relationship, choosing interventions, transference and countertransference, and other topics tbd by the needs of the individuals in the class. CEUs including one hour of ethics will be provided. Time to be determined by participants’ schedules. Starting beginning of May. Cost $375

For more information, contact Niquie Dworkin


Psychotherapy Offices for Rent Full or Part-Time

Lakeview Center for Psychotherapy has several available offices to rent full-time or part-time for licensed psychotherapists.  The offices are tastefully furnished or you can furnish as you like.  To see photos of the offices and our building, please check out the Rent an Office page.  For more information on rentals and to visit our offices, please email Kate Fiello,LCSW or call her at 773-525-3322.


Opening for a Psychiatrist at Lakeview Center for Psychotherapy

We are looking for a psychiatrist who takes BCBS PPO to join our cooperative practice.  Hours are flexible and you will be part of a community that offers referrals, consultation, and collegiality.  Contact Niquie Dworkin, PhD to find out more about this opportunity.



Lakeview Center now has a trained EMDR therapist:  Allisun Noe Conant, PsyD.  EMDR operates with the understanding that traumatic memories get “stuck” and hinder functioning.  Eye movements paired with specific methods of recalling disturbing memories help to elicit healing and resolution.

Contact Allisun Noe Conant, PsyD


New DBT Group 

Tuesdays 7 – 8:45 p.m.  Contact: Niquie Dworkin, PhD

DBT skills offer strategies for managing strong emotions and so can be a valuable addition to individual psychotherapy.  DBT skills groups may be particularly useful to individuals struggling with eating disorders, self-injury, and other impulsive and compulsive behaviors.  The group is open to new members every six to eight weeks.  Each unit focuses on one of the four DBT Skill Areas:  Core Mindfulness, Distress Tolerance, Emotion Regulation, and Interpersonal Effectiveness.  The group is open to clients of all genders, aged 16 and up.


Ongoing Therapy Groups

Interpersonal Process Groups   Contact:  Britt Raphling, LCPC, CGP

Thursdays (women only) 7 – 8:30 p.m.

Sundays (all-gender) 1:45 – 3:15 p.m.

Sundays (all-gender) 3:30 – 5 p.m.

Sundays (all-gender) 5:15 – 6:45 p.m.



Consultation Groups for Clinicians – CEUs available

Training Group for Clinicians Interested in Group Dynamics   Contact:  Britt Raphling, LCPC, CGP

Tuesdays 12 – 1:30 p.m.

This consultation group for therapists uses the power of interpersonal process to explore cases and other professional concerns to help us develop our identities as clinicians.  Group members share their here-and-now associations to the issues being discussed, offering all members of the group an opportunity to learn about managing and responding to the complex inter- and intra-personal dynamics that are constantly being stimulated in our work. If you are interested in group and interpersonal dynamics, and/or in starting your own group, you will gain much from working with the wonderful community of clinicians who are current members, and in adding your own perspective to our collective learning experience.  Both newer and more seasoned therapists are welcome to join.  A group practice is not required for membership.


Integrative Psychotherapy Consultation Group   Contact:  Niquie Dworkin, PhD

Saturdays (monthly) time TBD

This group is open to new therapists who have just finished a graduate program as well as therapists who wish to integrate new orientations and interventions into their repertoire.  We will focus on combining symptom-focused and insight-oriented interventions from the psychodynamic, cognitive/behavioral, and experiential traditions, and will discuss cases from an integrative relational perspective.